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Srebrenica, 1995-2015: Lessons and Legacies of the Bosnian War

20 år etter de verste grusomhetene på europeisk jord siden 2. verdenskrig, er krigens redsler fortsatt som åpne sår i Bosnia. Denne internasjonale konferansen samler forskere fra universiteter i USA, England, Irland, Island, Sverige, Danmark og Norge for å se på omstendighetene rundt Srebrenica-massakren, og analysere langtidseffekten på inter-etniske relasjoner på Balkan. 

En bosnisk kvinne ber ved Srebrenica Memorial Center, Potocari. Foto: AFP

Påmelding innen 23. september til: arrangement@hlsenteret.no

 

Program:

10:00-12:30

 

Word of Welcome

Guri Hjeltnes (HL-senteret, Norway)

 

Introduction:

Anton Weiss-Wendt (HL-senteret, Norway)

 

Keynote Address:

Marko Attila Hoare (Kingston University, UK)

“The Place of the Srebrenica Massacre in the Bosnian Genocide”

 

 

Session I: The Srebrenica Crime Scene

 

Chair: Anton Weiss-Wendt

 

Helge Brunborg (Statistics Norway)

“Accounting for Genocide: How Many Were Killed at Srebrenica?”

 

Ewa Elwira Klonowski (University of Iceland)

“The Process of Exhumation, Examination, and Identification of Srebrenica Victims”

 

Christian Nielsen (University of Aarhus, Denmark)

“Comparative Victimhood in the Former Yugoslavia Before and After Srebrenica”

 

 

12:30-13:30

Lunch: Café Villa Grande

 

 

13:30-16:30

 

Session II: Atrocities in the Bosnian War and the Aftermath

 

Chair: Ellen Stensrud (HL-senteret, Norway)

 

Tomislav Dulic (University of Uppsala, Sweden)

“The Topography of Violence: Explaining the Geographical Distribution of Civilian Deaths in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1992-95”

 

Aleksandra Sasha Milicevic (Keiser University, USA)

“Serbian State, Paramilitaries and Wars in Former Yugoslavia”

 

Inger Skjelsbæk (PRIO, Norway)

“Perpetrators of Sexual Violence Before the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia”

 

Coffee break

 

Arne Johan Vetlesen (University of Oslo, Norway)

“Genocide and Denial: The Case of Srebrenica”

 

Roland Kostic (University of Uppsala, Sweden)

“The Long Road Toward Reconciliation: Popular Views on the Past, Present, and Future in Bosnia and Herzegovina Twenty Years After Dayton”

 

Last ned programmet som pdf.

Publisert 10. sep. 2015 17:50 - Sist endret 22. sep. 2015 13:54